The Milan Derby in Italy
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The Milan Derby in Italy

by Yasuaki S.
(Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan)

San Siro, the home stadium of AC Milan and Inter

San Siro, the home stadium of AC Milan and Inter

In Italy soccer is a very popular sport. The league called Serie A makes Italian soccer very exciting. Especially, matches between Internazionale Milano (we call "Inter") and AC Milan are very exciting!! They're called the "Milan Derby."

In earlier days, supporters of Inter were rich, and supporters of AC Milan were from the working class. So, the Milan Derby was known as a match between the rich and people not so affluent. Now, the supporters' classes have become more equal, but the Milan Derby attracts a lot of people's attention.

I'm a supporter of AC Milan. If it is possible to go to Italy, I want to watch the Milan Derby.

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